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Rama’s Kitchen

  • 02-570-0954
  • Nataf, Israel
  • Photo: Rama’s Kitchen
  • Advanced bookings only

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 153 traveler reviews
Rama's back, and she's even better than before!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 25, 2019

Over two years since it was burnt to the ground due to forest fire, Rama's kitchen was re-opened this week. As fans of the restaurant, we just had to see how the restored Rama looks and tastes like. And let me tell you - it's better than ever. First of all, the renovation. The place...

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Over two years since it was burnt to the ground due to forest fire, Rama's kitchen was re-opened this week. As fans of the restaurant, we just had to see how the restored Rama looks and tastes like. And let me tell you - it's better than ever. First of all, the renovation. The place was lovely before, but now it looks stunning - a wooden terrace, with touches of Jerusalem stonework, very elegantly designed. Coupled with the hilltop view - beautiful as ever - it's one of the prettiest spots to dine in Israel. The brunch was delicious. Rama's renowned for using fresh local produce in her culinary creations and that hasn't changed. Brunch starts with freshly baked bread accompanied by small plates of salads and dips. Two strong favorites were the eggplant cream with it's smoked taste, and Chubeiza (Malva) leaves salad in Yoghurt. Next up were fish Seviche and a couple of salads. My favorite here was the 'smoked mix' salad - with sensational dried apple slices (I kid you not), fennel, and some more vegetables which somehow tasted fresh and smoked at the same time. For main course we took poached egg over mushroom and goat cheese, and Eggplant and egg Kadaif. I liked the poached egg better, but both were great. Finally, we had try the dessert, of course. This is the only part of brunch where new Rama does not surpass old Rama. There's currently one dessert - a platter with a selection of desserts from Panacota to Truffles. It was good, but not great like the creative desserts of old. All in all, this unique combination of views, taste and fresh produce easily makes Rama's kitchen an Israeli top-5 restaurant in my opinion. Welcome back!

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Divine food with a view
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 22, 2016

Amazing food, very good service, beautiful surroundings. Definitely worth the trip (and effort because you have to make reservation in advance and they work only on certain days) as they use fresh local ingredients in an innovative way. It was definitely one of the best breakfast I have had in Israel.

Excellent Unique Food- well worth a Visit
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 20, 2016

My wife and I visited Rama's Kitchen for breakfast on a Friday as I had heard good reviews. Breakfast costs 98 shekels per person and you should reserve a place a month before. Ask them for a table with a view as the view is exceptional. The Service was great, friendly staff and...

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My wife and I visited Rama's Kitchen for breakfast on a Friday as I had heard good reviews. Breakfast costs 98 shekels per person and you should reserve a place a month before. Ask them for a table with a view as the view is exceptional. The Service was great, friendly staff and the food was really good.I was a bit disappointed with the size of the omelette as you can see from the image attached but overall you leave their well fed. The only downside was that the restaurant is very dusty and the floor was extremely dusty due to the nature of the location. We had all our cutlery changed due to the dust and I had to wash my sneakers afterwards!! Overall, highly recommended.

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